Netflix debuted a video from its amazing upcoming series based on Neil Gaiman’s DC comic book series The Sandman. The video was really brief, but it gave us a good and amazing glimpse at actor Tom Sturridge as Dream.
After many years of being in development, the amazing live-action debut of the popular DC comics video series The Sandman is finally arriving soon on Netflix. Fans all over the world have been really waiting for years for the perfect and proper adaptation of author Neil Gaiman’s dark fantasy amazing comic book series.
About The Sandman Video
The video was perfectly shown during Netflix’s Tudum event that took place Saturday. The show also featured Gaiman, Sturridge, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste (who plays Death) talking about the video series.
If you really want to get another preview of what to expect from the video series, check out the character posters Netflix shared for Sturridge’s Dream, Howell-Baptiste’s Death, and Mason Alexander Park’s Desire on Twitter thread.
The Sandman has been actually in development for years, with Netflix perfectly picking up the show in 2019 in a deal with Warner Bros., which owns DC Entertainment, that was reportedly “massive.” Earlier this year in 2021, Netflix actually announced some of the best cast for the show, which also perfectly includes Vivienne Acheampong as Lucienne and Gwendoline Christie (known for perfectly playing Brienne of Tarth in Game of Thrones and Captain Phasma in Star Wars) as Lucifer.
The Sandman is just the famous and latest show based on Gaiman’s work. Amazon actually adapted Good Omens for Amazon Prime Video, and the show was really successful enough that the company actually opted to pick it up for a second season. Thus, Starz made amazing three seasons of American Gods, the last of which just debuted in January.
It’s an effectively and wonderfully told imaginative saga about absolutely everything. The characters are really deep and you come to care for them, the actual ideas presented are big but comprehensible, and it’s really just an absolute masterwork not just of comics, but of all storytelling ever. There’s nothing like Sandman. It’s just that grand.
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William Baker is the real name of The Sandman.
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